Landscape Architecture Courses
Landscape architecture is a design discipline that works across a range of creative ideas, living systems, physical materials and future possibilities.
Study with one of Australia’s principal landscape educators.
Combine landscape architecture with science to enhance your understanding of environmental impacts of mining, tourism and urban development.
You’ll work on real-world projects in studio settings and gain knowledge of emerging industry trends.
Combine landscape architecture and engineering to work in roles such as structural engineer, geotechnical engineer, landscape architect and environmental engineer.
Combine landscape architecture with urban and regional planning to enhance established neighbourhoods, and shape new suburbs, cities and regions.
Be equipped to shape the open spaces of the future as cities grapple with contemporary issues such as urbanisation, migration, sustainability and climate change.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of the Built Environment (Landscape Architecture) at University of Canberra.